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Men of War: Vietnam

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Lace Mamba Global (EU), 1C Company (US)
Developer: 1C Company
Release Date: 2010 (US), Summer 2011 (EU)

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'Men of War: Vietnam' Patch #1 Available NOW

by Rainier on Sept. 27, 2011 @ 6:57 a.m. PDT

Men of War: Vietnam is a new game in the series, with two new story-driven campaigns let you taste the explosive mix of the jungle, Hueys and rock-n-roll in 1968.

Get the Men of War: Vietnam Patch #1 off WP (110mb)

Men of War: Vietnam Patch #1 Fixes:

  • Synchronization of various versions in multiplayer
  • Campaign for USA available from the start
  • Errors in unit names fixed

Two single-player campaigns cover both sides of the conflict. The US campaign focuses on a team of elite special ops soldiers, and each one of them has a personality. This unit includes Sergeant John Merrill, machinegunner Jim Walsh, sniper Sonny Armstrong, grenade launcher operator Carl Dillan and combat engineer Bill Kirby. In some missions they can count only on themselves, while in the others they act together with regular US and South-Vietnamese troops.

Missions range from special operations (rescuing a shot-down pilot, escorting a reporter, etc.) to full scale battles.

Key features:

  • Breathtaking missions including an ambush on the Ho Chi Minh trail, a game of cat and mouse in the Mekong Delta, raids into Cambodia, bridge defense during the Tet offensive and more
  • New weapons and units: M-16, T-54, M-113, Patton III, M-60, AK-47, M-14, RPG-2, M-72 LAW, Hueys, RPK and many more
  • Considerably improved graphics to include HDR and other special effects
  • Thoroughly recreated authentic Vietnam environment, buildings and other realia
  • Specially composed original soundtrack

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